Simon Bernard-Smith - Worship Him On The Celtic Pipes

Thursday 1st June 2000
Simon Bernard-Smith - Worship Him On The Celtic Pipes
Simon Bernard-Smith - Worship Him On The Celtic Pipes

STYLE: Celtic
RATING 6 6 6 6 6 6
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 2045-2651
LABEL: Word SPND024
FORMAT: CD Album
ITEMS: 1
RRP: £2.50

Reviewed by Heather Richardson

The melodic and haunting sound of Simon playing the Uillean pipes, accompanied amongst others by Richard Lacy (keyboards) and David Bird (cittern - a type of lute) floats soothingly through the air to touch one's spirit and point us to Jesus. This instrumental collection of hymns with arrangements for pipes, guitars, keyboards and drums includes the well known songs "Amazing Grace" and "Be Thou My Vision" as well as some original pieces in a variety of styles created only this year. "Dance Of Joy" has glimpses of a Riverdance rhythm, with "If Tomorrow" providing moments to savour cittern and quena. This is a lovely album which could set the scene for private worship, prayer and meditation or just to help you relax any time of day.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. I Cannot Tell [Listen]
2. Amazing Grace [Listen]
3. When I Survey [Listen]

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Reader Comments

Posted by Cachacou louis-Yves in Maertinique aux antilles @ 00:29 on Jun 16 2010

j'ai été fasciné par la flute celtique comment pourrai-je m'en procurer une comme sur la pochette du cd ? je voudrai avoir plus de renseignement sur cette instrument et le prix merci beaucoup de me répondre Ke Dieu vous bénisse richement



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